Cable companies and phone companies generally offer much faster download speeds than upload speeds for broadband consumers. Providers typically divide their offerings into two or three service tiers.
The book "A Treasure's Trove" inspired a national treasure hunt for hidden tokens, and online forums helped finders nab the prizes.
Cameron Clapp lost part of both legs, but that doesn't stop him from competing at track and field meets.
New powers given to Apple's latest mouse include a single Scroll Ball and side buttons to activate features.
U.S. households are getting more and more crowded with digital devices, with DVD players and cell phones heading to the front of the pack.
Hoping to capitalize on MP3 player mania, Creative will soon offer two versions of its 30GB Zen Vision player.
Scientists and technologists take a look inside a 2,000-year-old child mummy using a combination of hardware and software.
Astronaut Steve Robinson takes a spacewalk to fix a potential problem with Discovery's heat shield.
For one caricature artist in London's Leicester Square, a portable computer replaces charcoal and sketchbook.
Radar stations in Peru and Alaska track fluctuations in space weather caused by the sun.
First came Dolly the sheep. Now, meet "Snuppy," who Korean scientists say is the first cloned dog.
Linden Lab, publisher of the metaverse "Second Life," is launching what it is tentatively calling "Second Life for Teens."
Docking station from RCA lets you merge your cell phone and landline calls at home.
NEC's rechargeable battery could possibly serve as an emergency power source for PCs, servers and even household appliances.
Gadgets called "clickers" are giving teachers and students alike instant feedback on how well lectures are sinking in.